Nikita Belykh complained about problems with hot water in detention facility
Members of the Public Monitoring Commission of Moscow have visited the former Governor of the Kirov region Nikita Belykh in Lefortovo pre-trial detention center.
According to TASS, the former Governor has no serious reservations about the detention facility administration. However, Belykh has drawn the PMC members' attention to the lack of centralized hot water supply in cells.
"You can wash socks, but for a shirt you will need to heat water using electric kettle for two cups," Belykh told.
Let us recall that Nikita Belykh was arrested on June 25 by the Basmanny Court of Moscow for taking a bribe, the total size of which amounted to 400 thousand euros. Belykh himself denies taking bribes.
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